Russia Must Urgently Prioritize Formulating an Official Indo-Pacific Policy

Russia Must Urgently Prioritize Formulating an Official Indo-Pacific Policy

The Indo-Pacific is rapidly becoming the convergence point of many of the world’s geostrategic processes, but Russia has yet to formulate an official policy towards this vast space, which places it at a disadvantage vis-a-vis its Great Power peers. The Indo-Pacific is among the top buzzwords in the foreign policy community nowadays because this vast…

The Strategic Consequences of a Possible French Military Intervention in Mozambique

The Strategic Consequences of a Possible French Military Intervention in Mozambique

A publicly available expert-level newsletter on Mozambique news reports and clippings from the middle of May predicts that France might launch a limited military intervention in northern Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado Province in order to protect the offshore energy deposits of its national champion Total, which necessitates an analysis of such a move’s strategic consequences if…

Elected by Donors: How the University of Cape Town Was Bullied into Embracing Israel

Elected by Donors: How the University of Cape Town Was Bullied into Embracing Israel

It was a scandal of the highest caliber. On November 23, the Senate of the University of Cape Town (UCT) in South Africa was practically bullied to reverse an earlier decision that called for the academic boycott of Israel. While the story may only seem relevant in South Africa’s political and academic contexts, in reality,…